Girls Night Out-Fits

Hello and welcome to this week’s blog post. If you are a new reader, be sure to follow my blog via email or account for notifications on future posts, and if you are a returning reader, then welcome back! Last week I went heavy in the discussion category by discussing mental health, so I decided to give y’all a lighter post. Here are four outfit options that I always go to when I am ready for a girls night out. Also, I hop you understood my play on words in the title (I think I am hilarious). Next to each photo you will find the description of what I am wearing and where I got it. If you have any questions about any of these outfits, be sure to drop a comment below.

Navy button up sweater ( tied at the bottom) from Amazon with dark high waisted jeggings from American eagle, gray slip on shoes from Old Navy, a thrifted gray plaid Ralph Lauren purse, and pearl earrings from Amazon.

This outfit is super comfy and conquers the more casual option for your night out. I have this top in the navy pictured above as well as in maroon. They go perfectly with a pair of jeans or shorts. I also love these shoes. They are a recent buy and they go with everything. I can’t wait to get them in the yellow and the white as well. I have had this purse for a long time; I found it at a local consignment store and had to have it. It also comes with an attachable long strap to wear it as a shoulder bag.

Maroon t-shirt dress from Rue 21 with a flowy red and white cardigan from Altar’d State, brown sandals from Ross, and flower earrings from Top Shop.

This outfit takes care of any occasion you want to be dressy but still comfy. I love love love this cardigan. It is a short wide sleeve and is the flowiest thing ever. I love the ombre effect in the pattern and it pairs perfectly with this t-shirt dress. Altar’d State for the win! These shoes were purchased during a day of shopping in which I wore heels (along with the girls I was with) and after visiting our fourth Ross looking for cheap bridesmaid dresses, I needed a pair of flats desperately. They are super comfy and go with just about anything.

Blue striped dress from Old navy with gray slip on shoes also from Old Navy, a thrifted yellow Steve Madden purse, and pearl earrings from Amazon.

I love this dress so much. It is a recent purchase from Old Navy and I love that you can make casual with these shoes or pair it with heels to dress it up. I wore it with a lace bralette to give it an extra detail. This purse was a Christmas gift and has been a lifesaver. It has two zipper pockets; the back one is a simple pocket and the front one is a wallet inside.

Gray striped Cherish tee from Jane.com, Black jean Universal Thread shorts from Target, white sneakers from H&M, and gold hoops from Top Shop.

I have had this tee for a very long time and I love wearing it because it is the comfiest top I own. It goes great with these shorts as well as jeans. This is actually my first outfit I always pack when traveling to the beach. The earrings came in a set of three with a large, medium, and small set of hoops. I couldn’t wait to go to this store when I got to New York, and I bought a lot for sure. I also recently learned that we will be getting a H&M store to our local mall and I can’t wait to just give them all my money.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s blog post. I definitely had fun creating these looks. I have two casual and two dressy-casual looks. I always pick these four outfits as my go-to’s for girls nights out. If you aren’t already, be sure to follow my blog by clicking the link below and also click that like button as well. Be sure to also leave a comment below to let me know your thoughts or if you have any questions. See you next time!

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